T.I. Kicked Off Memorial Day Weekend By Getting Into A Fight With Floyd Mayweather In A Fatburger

May 26, 2014 / Posted by:

Since I’m a Canadian person, I don’t really know what “Memorial Day” is, but to the best of my knowledge, it’s about about honoring those who dedicated their lives to serving their country, and also eating burgers and getting drunk and making those Cool Whip American flag cakes. But I don’t think I remember the part where two assholes get into a fistfight a Fatburger, like rapper T.I. and boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. did on Sunday in Las Vegas (although they do have the burger part of the Memorial Day equation, so I’ll give them that).

TMZ says the fight started after T.I.’s melted Mariah Carey wife Tameka “Tiny” Cottle posted a picture to Instagram of her and Floyd’s daughter, where she referred to her as “my new boo”. Apparently T.I. took this as a sign that Tiny was cozying up to Justin Bieber’s boo and that it disrespected him, so he went to confront Floyd (apparently his logic got a 3-day weekend too).

Obviously, this went about as well as you’d imagine an argument over an Instagram picture would go. It begins with Floyd telling T.I. to “control your bitch, which turned into chairs being thrown around like balls in a ball pit at Chuck E Cheese, as seen here:

TMZ also has a video of what sort-of looks like T.I. going for Floyd’s neck, but it could also be two teenagers fighting over a Fatburger strawnana shake. Shortly after the fight broke out, the police were called, but T.I. had already left and Floyd was getting in to his car. A Fatburger employee was allegedly cut up during the fight, but they aren’t talking and refuse to press charges. DUH! If that’s how T.I. reacts to an Instagram picture of his wife posing with an 11-year-old, I can only imagine what would happen if you ratted him out to the cops.

And we need to start watching our backs around Instagram, because it’s quickly turning into the shady shit-disturbing bitch we all knew in high school who had dirt on everyone. “Oh yeah? Well according to Instagram, you had a pretty good time at the mall with Stacy last night!”

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